1- Tokyo Odaiba Oedo Onsen Monogatari (Tokyo)
The attraction is natural hot springs that bubble up from 1400 meters underground. Along with onsen each for men and women, there are 14 types of onsen. Relaxing inside the facility while wearing a yukata is popular.
- Everyday (11:00 AM ~ 9:00 AM )
（9 o’clock the next morning）
- Adult: 2480 JPY
- Child: 1000 JPY
Weekends and holidays 2680 yen
2- Tokyo Dome Natural Onsen Spa LaQua 8 (Tokyo)
In addition to an open-air bath and a huge public bath, the onsen facilities also include a variety of low-temperature saunas, a relaxation area and restaurants. This is an onsen with the sensation of a resort where you can spend a relaxing day.
11:00am-9:00am（the next day）
11:00am-11:30pm（Baden Zone）Opening times may vary afterwards depending on the facility since some areas will only be open to women so please check the homepage
- Adult: 2634 JPY
- Child: 1836 JPY
Additional surcharge on late-night and holiday usage
This onsen where adults can relax doesn’t allow anyone under junior high school age. Along with a natural onsen, there is also a spa, a stone sauna, the Bade Pool, a regular sauna and dining facilities.
- Everyday (10:00 AM ~ 11:00 PM )
- Adult: 2310 JPY
Elementary school kids and younger children and children under 12 yrs old are not allowed in the facility. We ask you to show your ID card.
4- Nikko Yumoto Onsen (Nikko)
This is the No. 1 onsen area as designated by the country. The quiet and relaxing onsen town is a different world next to the hustle and bustle around the station. It’s also ideal as an activity place for Oku-Nikko.
5- Yamato no Yu (Narita)
An onsen facility ideal for day trips with an eye-catching modern exterior. There are 8 large and small outdoor baths with Japanese cuisine evoking the four seasons, a gymnasium and other features to provide a healing space for adults.
- Everyday (10:00 AM ~ 10:00 PM )
- Adult: 700 JPY
Children under elementary school age are not allowed to enter the facility
6- Shibu Onsen (Nagano)
All of the onsen in the town come straight from 100% source springs. Enjoy a stroll through the town or engage in the “Kyu-to Meguri” which is a tour of the 9 outdoor baths in a retro atmosphere with a rich variety of hot spring quality. Nearby is Jigokudani Yaen-Koen (Monkey Park).
Varies depending on the facility
7- Shirahone Onsen (Nagano)
Shirahone Onsen is a hot spring town which is filled with a rustic beauty surrounded by deep forest and the Yukawa Valley. There are 10 springs in the town, and its charm lies in the enjoyment of the subtly different qualities of the waters at each inn.
- Everyday (12:00 AM ~ 12:00 AM )
8- Nozawa Onsen (Nagano)
Earning 2 stars on the Michelin Green Guide Japon, many types of hot springs can be enjoyed along with outdoor baths, foot baths and facilities for day trips.
Varies depending on the facility
9- Hakone-en Garden (Hakone)
Starting with an aquarium and workshops in traditional handicrafts, this is a resort facility where you can also enjoy shopping and the great outdoors. You can enjoy the view of Mt. Fuji from Lake Ashi and fully savor the beautiful landscape.
Hakone-en Aquarium: Adults – 1500 yen, Children – 750 yen
10- Many other Hakone Hot Springs (Hakone)
Hakone is a town of hot springs with a long history where you can enjoy looking at Mount Fuji while bathing in hot springs surrounded by nature. Because Hakone offers hot springs for resting, skin beauty, curing and much more, baths can also be selected by your bathing purpose. Whether you make it a day trip or decide to stay at an inn, there are numerous ways of enjoying Hakone.
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